Quality Inn & Suites Sun Prairie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and water….. Man, that was rough.
We woke up before 3 am after fitful sleeps to get ‘er done and catch a cab to the airport at 4 am. We stopped through O’hare on the way to Newark. We’re staying at my college buddy’s place in New York’s Upper East Side. (Thanks Darrin!).
After all the worries, we have no regrets and look forward to the journeys that lay ahead.
... freeway and on through the corn and soy beans, and there were a few dairies thrown in as well, until we saw a huge Walmart, so it was a shopping stop for an hour and we all picked up a few bargains. We pushed on to the north east and by about 5pm had reached Madison in Wisconsin (that's 8 states we have passed through) and struck some very heavy traffic on the Interstate. None of us had even checked the size of ...
... I have ever read 'Laos is known for the worlds largest cave arachnids". Yikes.
I've included a few links where I could. We hope to provide additional details and photos while we are traveling. Wifi will be accessible but we will not know how often until we're actually on the ground.
I hope this method works for keeping you up to speed on our travels!
So, since this was my first time to Europe I can't help but share what I saw, liked, learned:
- I need to learn Spanish. At least enough to protect and save myself if nothing else.
- I need to learn to pack light. Ridiculous!
- I got a lot better at taking day time pictures because I forced myself not to use automatic.
- America has a very shallow history.
- I know nothing about architecture. ...
Well it's packing time again for our second annual trip to Fairbanks. The auroras have been relatively active in the pole region with many nights spent examining the numerous webcams I've once again become addicted to. We haven't been so lucky in the lower 48 with shows few and far between around the 43 degree latitude for me. That actually makes the trip all that more exciting.
We think we're a little smarter this ...